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Oct 12, 2012 4:00am PDT
plate in danville, kentucky, to spar over the economy and more. who will pay more in taxes who will pay less? the middle class will pay less and the people making $1 million will pay slightly more. the continuation of the bush tax cuts--we're arguing that tax cuts for the wealthy should be allowed to expire. you see, there aren't enough rich people to tax to pay for all their spending and so the next time you hear them say don't worry about it, we'll get a few wealthy people to pay there fair share, watch out middle class, the tax bill's coming to you." the next round of presidential debates happens tuesday. on the heels of jp morgan's earnings out today, reports say the bank is considering changes at the top. the cfo, douglas braunstein, might leave his post, but will remain at the bank. ceo jamie dimon continues to be under fire for that multi-billion-dollar trading loss earlier this year. third quarter revenues are expected to climb to $25 billion, topping last year, mostly due to the improving housing market and it mortgage lending business. goldman sachs has the results of its
FOX
Oct 8, 2012 4:00am PDT
they're partnerships, the tax break is they don't pay any corporate taxes. so they pass on more of the distribution to the investors. so, the range of yield is anywhere from the mid- 4s to some as high as high 6s. so we run a couple portfolios that have five average 6% yields in master limited partnerships. so, it's a little more gamey. they trade essentially like bbb corporate bonds. but they pay a little bit more than bbb corporate bonds. so it's not for everybody, and it's not for your whole income portfolio. but- > > it's a little bit of a risk. > > yeah. there is more risk. it's in the safer area of your portfolio, but it offers more yield and a little bit more risk than traditional bonds. but for the right person it can be a nice way to enhance your yield. > > do these mlps track what's going on with oil or natural gas? > > not as much. when you think about how they function, essentially, if you own the pipeline, and companies run oil and gas through your pipeline, they're paying tolls. so you're like the tollbooth operator, and you charge them a certain fee every time they go by
FOX
Oct 11, 2012 4:00am PDT
, schools added the most teaching positions since 2006. this is due in part to higher tax revenues collected by state governments. however, whether the hiring boom is temporary may depend on factors like the fiscal cliff and the election. disturbing accounts of animal abuse are coming from an idaho dairy farm. undercover video at the bettencourt dairy farm in hansen, idaho, shows three men beating cows in milking stalls. animal cruelty charges have been filed against the three workers. it is the largest dairy operation in the state. the owner of the dairy farm said he was sick over the video and that the operation does not tolerate animal abuse. on a lighter note, the price of candy for cows is up. the practice of feeding cattle a sugary mix of cookies, candy bars and other delights has been going on for years, sometimes to improve milk production. this year, as more farmers substitute "candy" for "corn," the price of the sugary feed is rising. a livestock nutritionist tells us it is not harmful for the animals. farmers have a 3% limit on goodies they can feed cows. it is a "smashing" season
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